Category: Calls

CFP Petrocultures 2020:transformations

CFP Petrocultures 2020:transformations

26-29 August, Stavanger Norway We live in turbulent times, and the role of petroleum is at the heart of global and local political debate. Indeed, a transition to a world without oil as its...

Making Post-Extractive Futures in Data- Saturated Worlds

There is a growing awareness across the world that in order to enable a sustainable future, extractive
industries and economies based on those industries need to be transformed. Accordingly, national
governments, transnational institutions as well as various experts and public initiatives are currently
negotiating scenarios for such transformations in trying to anticipate their social and environmental
effects.

MSc Energy and Society now recruiting

Climate change and sustainable development targets mean we must change our global energy systems and our relationship to energy. Durham University’s MSc in Energy and Society addresses the complex challenges of changing global and local...

Cfp: EASA 2020 conference

16th EASA Biennial ConferenceNew anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe 21-24 July 2020 in Lisbon ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon and ICS-Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon P020 At the grid edge: homes, neighbourhoods...

Cfp: Taking care of energy infrastructures

All energy sessions here C.7 Taking care of energy infrastructures Loloum, Tristan, Fürst, Moritz, Bovet, Alain (Université de Lausanne) The energy transition is often framed in terms of a technological challenge and an engineering problem, involving...

EAN call for panel

The Call for Panels for the 16th EASA Biennial Conference “New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe” has been launched. The EASA conference will be held from 21-24 July, 2020 at the ISCTE-Lisbon University...

CFP: EASA Biennial Conference, July 21-24, 2020 (Lisbon)

CFP: EASA Biennial Conference, July 21-24, 2020 (Lisbon)

The Energy Anthropology Network welcomes panel proposals for the EASA biennial conference of 2020. Titled “New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe<https://easaonline.org/conferences/easa2020/theme.shtml>”, the EASA conference will be held from 21-24 July, 2020 at the...

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